By Louis L'Amour
From the yankee West to the Siberian coast, from Hollywood to the boxing ring, listed below are undying stories of conflict, secret, romance, crime, and punishment as purely Louis L'Amour can inform them.
These tales are classic L'Amour: A hard-bitten livestock driving force is pitted opposed to a guy attempting to scouse borrow his lady, the disappearance of 1000 head of farm animals, and a plot to border him for murder....A inner most eye visits a distant mining city on a case related to a pretty widow, an uneasy lawman, and a fortune in gold buried in an deserted mine shaft....A nation boy with an outstanding correct hand needs to struggle not just his vicious opponent within the ring however the ruthless gangsters who'll do whatever for profit-even devote cold-blooded murder....A younger lady stranded in an remoted harbor needs to live to tell the tale the desert and a brutal conflict of wits with a sadistic fortune hunter.
Here is the trademark combination of motion, suspense, old element, and unforgettable characters that experience made Louis L'Amour one of many world's such a lot amazing writers.
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Almost before she realized it, they were working their way through the gray trunks of ancient, long dead trees, and then into the timber itself. Her feet tangled in a soft, sinking bed of moss and she almost fell. Cuyu caught her sleeve again and guided her in the darkness to a deadfall. She perceived his purpose; by walking on the fallen tree, they could keep out of the moss. Yet it was only a short distance, and then they were struggling in the knee-deep moss again. It was heavy with moisture, and before they had gone fifty yards she was soaked from the knees down.
He sighed. “We bought four thousand head accordin’ to Gerber’s tally book. ” Her lips tightened. “Oh! ” The door to the room smashed back suddenly, and Ward looked around. Five men had come into the cafe. In the lead, his blue eyes flashing from his brown, wind-burned face, his untrimmed white hair falling to his shoulders, was Old Dick Gerber. Behind him were four hard-faced riders. Gerber sighted Ward and crossed the room swiftly. ” Gerber’s voice rang in the narrow room. “It’s come to my ears that you say I lied about my tally on that herd!
One was his own health, which failed rapidly in the cold, dreary world of San Esteban, where the sun rarely shone and the sky was overcast nearly three hundred days of the year. Yet had it been his health alone, Julie could have managed. The other element was Pete Kubelik. From the moment they drew their ketch up to the jetty and Julie turned to look into the piglike eyes of the big trader, she had been frightened. Right then she asked her father to leave, knowing that this was not a place they should stay.